SOMERVILLE — Somerville Day, a fall festival, is set for Saturday, Sept. 12. A parade will begin at 10 a.m. on Route 105 between Turner Ridge and the school. Those who would like to participate should line-up at 9:30 a.m. on Turner Ridge, according to a news release from the committee.

After the parade, a 9-11 tribute for those taken on that day and a memorial for town residents who have passed is planned at the gazebo.

In the gymnasium, there will be door prizes, a raffle that opens at 10 a.m., lunch and snacks, cake walk, free cupcake walk for children, scarecrow costume contest, silent auction at 2 p.m., games, live music, clowns, crafts and vendor tables, and a pizza supper. Pizza is free for Somerville residents, with a small charge for-out-of-town guests. All are welcome. To attend, RSVP by calling Elaine Porter at 549-5105.

Fireworks will start just after dark.

Rent-free craft and vendor tables are available. Those interested can contact any member of the Somerville Day Committee. The committee includes Ernestine Peaslee, Elaine Porter, Peggy Dostie, Claudia Fujinaga, Cheryl Pratt and Delta Chase.

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